Today, Bruno Major has released a new video for his song, “Home.” The melancholic video, illuminated by streetlights and neon signs, takes Bruno back in time through the first leg of his debut solo North American tour, showing him playing to packed crowds, pensively wandering streets, in and out of hotel rooms, riding in taxis across the city, and dreaming of his flat in London.
The piece is a visual love letter to the road capturing its promise and euphoria, but also the doubt and fear that new cities hold for a young musician who has found himself playing to sold-out crowds across the country.
“Home” is Bruno’s third and latest collaboration with NME-award winning London director, Louis Bhose and Apple Music.
After selling out all 16 dates on the first leg of his debut North American tour this Winter, Bruno will return to the U.S. this year for the second tour leg, will kick off in San Jose on May 25 and see stops in Washington D.C., Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Las Vegas and others.
Bruno will also perform at the Smokin’ Grooves Festival in Long Beach, CA on June 16, which, this year will be headlined by Erykah Badu, The Roots, H.E.R. and others.